A Massachusetts man has been billed with stabbing his wife and their teenage daughter in an early morning attack at their household.
When law enforcement arrived around 6 a.m. Friday at the property in Middleton, they mentioned they identified Paul Salvaggio, 54, protected in blood with a massive kitchen area knife as he attempted to depart in his SUV.
Police claimed officers boxed him in his driveway right before Salvaggio exited the vehicle and started strolling to the garage. Police ordered him at gunpoint to fall the knife and get down onto the ground.
Salvaggio’s spouse experienced called 911, and was standing at the entrance door, bare, bleeding and screaming that their 13-yr-outdated daughter had been stabbed, police said.
She took police officers to the girl’s room upstairs the place they identified her semi-acutely aware with her encounter and outfits protected in blood and battling to breathe. Salvaggio’s spouse claimed she had been stabbed even though trying to secure her daughter from the attack.
The girl is at Boston Kid’s Medical center in a important but secure problem, the Salem Information described. Her mother was dealt with and discharged from Beverly Medical center and is with her daughter. The victims’ names have not been introduced to the community.
“It is surprising, it truly is a rough problem for every person,” Middleton law enforcement main Bill Sampson instructed Boston 25 Information. “These aren’t standard factors that we see in the city of Middleton.”
Sampson said police visited the residence in advance of “but nothing alongside these lines.”
One particular neighbor, Pam Hartman, instructed the network: “it’s tragic. Consider how the lady feels, someone you rely on in your individual household would do that.”
Salvaggio appeared in Salem District Court on Friday where he pleaded not guilty to a quantity of domestic violence costs.
Prosecutor Kate MacDougall did not give a motive for the alleged attack and Salvaggio will be held in custody without bail at minimum right until a listening to on April 15 to decide if he poses a risk if launched.
This was not contested by his court-appointed law firm.
Salvaggio, who owned the family’s house alongside with his spouse, has been billed with two counts of armed assault with intent to murder.
He also faces prices for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon on a youngster triggering substantial personal injury, as properly as assault and battery with a harmful weapon creating critical bodily personal injury.
When contacted for comment, Middleton police advised Newsweek that Salvaggio “was arrested on scene and arraigned yesterday (Friday) in Salem District Courtroom and is becoming held with out bail. The investigation is nevertheless on-heading.”